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Case Report on Left Subclavian Artery Complete Stenosis Underwent Bypass Grafting under General Anaesthesia

Journal: International Journal of Science and Research (IJSR) (Vol.9, No. 12)

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Page : 1421-1423

Keywords : PTFE; Polytetrafluoroethylene; SAS; Subclavian artery stenosis; SCA; Subclavian Artery; ICA; Internal Carotid Artery; CT; Computed Tomography;

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Subclavian artery stenosis is one of the significant forms of peripheral artery disease. In most of the patients it is asymptomatic and if diagnosed it is treated with medical therapy. Invasive therapy is reserved for symptomatic patients. It can lead to upper limp pain to ischemia of upper limb, brain and in some cases in heart. Most common cause is atherosclerosis and which increases the risk for cardiovascular events and also subclavian steal syndrome.1 There are two modalities to give anaesthesia during subclavian artery stenosis surgery such as regional and general anaesthesia which have their own side effects.

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